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Anticipating the Future

Photo Challenge: Future

It’s springtime in Georgia and thoughts turn to …. gardening.  Here are two shots from the very same planter.  The first shows half of the box in bloom.  The second shows the other half of the box in bud.  I can only hope that the future blooms are as beautiful as the present.

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WP Photo Challenge: Now

The time is now.

I am guilty.  Holidays make me nostalgic.  I start dwelling on the people and traditions that are no longer in my life.  I get sad, I get depressed. “Oh, woe is me.” 

Remind me of the now and the great life I am living.  Here are some images that I captured today.  The past was wonderful; and, the present is pretty great too.

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It has been a foggy Christmas week.  Isn’t the lighthouse pretty in the purple mist?

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Nature decorating the spruce and red berries against a green leafy background.

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I hope your holidays are happy and bring you everything that you desire.

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DP Weekly Photo Challenge: Oops

DP Photo Challenge: Oops

When you try to take pictures of birds and wildlife, you get many, many oops(es).  Here is my all time favorite entitled “Sh*t Happens”.  It was taken awhile back, but really fits this challenge.  Other than the pooh, I thought it was a pretty cool photo.

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I was out this afternoon catching sea gulls in flight.  Here is a great shot of one bird flying….unfortunately it was completely out of range of my camera…oops.

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Digital Photography gotta love it….those oops(es) aren’t developed, just deleted.

 

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DP Weekly Photo Challenge: Transitions

DP Photo Challenge: Transitions

My hubby fished a kitten out of the marsh for me.  This was back in July of this year.  I have never had a kitten before so the “transition” over these past four months is pretty remarkable.  See how his size goes from about 6 inches (1/2 of a 12 inch tile) to 24 inches (2 tiles)….and he is only 5 months old.

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July 23…Here’s Swampy. Age 6 weeks

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Layed out on the couch.  Age 9 weeks

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A distinguished lad.  Age 11 weeks

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Getting bigger. Age 16 weeks

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Furry Crabby time.  Age 22 weeks.

P.S.  I had some issues with photos not showing up when I originally posted.  Seemed to involve captioning.  I removed the captions, now you can see the pictures.  I have no clue why…but apologies.